Kenya

Kenya has diverse attractions to offer to its visitors.  Only a few countries around the world offer relaxing on pristine sandy beaches and the ability to see wildlife in all forms within a short distance.  Kenya has 60 National Parks and Reserves all with abundant wildlife.  The spectacular wildebeest migration that occurs every year in Kenya’s most visited Maasai Mara National Reserve is referred to as the 7th new wonder of the world.

The scenery of Kenya is unique, the Great Rift Valley and the snow capped Mount Kenya, lying astride the equator, are breath-taking.  There are myriads of activities which visitors can enjoy including rock climbing, white water rafting, bird watching and adventure.  Kenya is also a land endowed with cultural diversity, pleasant weather all the year round and more importantly, hospitable people.

The diversity of Kenya’s tourism products further includes, ecotourism, sports and water based tourism, conference tourism and home stay tourism.  In the northern part of the country, we have the cradle of mankind from where we all originated, making Kenya a leader in heritage tourism.  Kenya is therefore the ultimate destination offering unparalleled variety of travel and holiday experiences.  As our visitors tell us, it is indeed a magical destination.

Our trips to Kenya serve God among many diverse people groups in various communities. We work with local congregations and encourage their pastors and members as we share teachings on prayer.

We are also looking for people who love Jesus and who are willing to use their skills on one of our ministry teams in 2017.


Purpose and Mission

Convinced that no one should live and die without hearing God’s good news,
we believe that He has called us to make disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ in communities where He is least known and to rebuild the foundations of prayer in the ones who, with their life experiences, SHOULD BE our prayer warriors, the elderly.

Therefore, compelled by God’s great love and empowered by the Holy Spirit…

  • We cross physical barriers to proclaim the crucified and risen Christ, expressing His love and compassion among those who live and die without Him.
  • We make disciples who will trust and obey Jesus, and become part of Christ-centered churches.
  • We work together with churches to share God’s mission across cultures locally and globally.
  • We facilitate the participation in cross-cultural ministry of those whom God is calling.

Ministry Trips To Kenya

Teaching Prayer in Kenya

Visits by Year

August 2013, My first trip to Kenya was to Nakuru and Kisii.

May 2014, Except for a quick meeting in Nakuru, this trip focused on Nairobi where I spoke in the Pumwani Slums, the village of Kambu,  and a young people’s hip church in downtown Nairobi.

December 2015, Two of us from the USA came to encourage the team at a retreat in Machakos.

March 2016, In preparation for the May trip I visited our Kenya team, went to Nakuru and then back to Nairobi.

May 2016, With a team of Georgia pastors we visited Kisumu, Kisii and Nakuru.

October 2016, Started our Prayer Marshal’s ministry in Nakurur and Nairobi as well as doing two Prayer Boot Camps in both Nakuru and Nyeri

Individual Cities & Areas

Kambu
Kisii
Kisumu
Machakos
Nairobi
Nakuru
Nyeri

Vision

ctm-logoThe vision of CTM Ministries is to be a witness to Christ’s love where he is least known, and to be a disciple of Jesus expressing God’s love in their communities, and Christ-centered churches among all peoples.

We plan to engage the retired pastors of Kenya to organize elderly individuals in their towns and villages to become mighty prayer warriors.

 


The Burden in my heart:

The burden of my heart is big, for them in Kenya, and has been since my very first trip. After my last trip I returned home and told Naida, “I could return as a full time missionary, if God called me to do so.” The spiritual need is so great. Doctrines of demons runs rampant.

Nearly every-time I speak, and especially the last two visits pastors would stand up and say, in front of their congregations, “We have got to rethink the way we pray,” or “I have been convicted about the way I have been praying.” And then the words of Bishop Zachariah still ring in my ears, ‘Oh Bro. Mark, I am so ashamed of the way we order God around.’


By faith we see in eternity:

The redeemed from all tribes, languages, peoples and nations worshipping the Living God.

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